It’s been a difficult few weeks at Appalachian State University after one of its students died at the end of September following a COVID-19 infection.
That student, 19-year-old Chad Dorrill, was a sophomore studying to become a physical therapist. He died Sept. 28, weeks after going home with symptoms, quarantining and then returning to Boone, N.C. He became one of the first known college students to have died from COVID-19 or related complications this fall.
In the days that...
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